by Zack Ford Aug 8, 2015
The campaign to recruit Beyoncé to defend Houston's LGBT protections — #BeyBeAHERO — has already changed the conversation.
by Kira Lerner Aug 6, 2015
Equality, with some major exceptions.
by Zack Ford Aug 6, 2015
If Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis loses the suits against her for not issuing same-sex marriage licenses, she wants to blame the guy who told her to issue them.
by Ian Millhiser Aug 6, 2015
Texas continues to wage a war against marriage equality, despite a decision by the Supreme Court of the United States commanding them to lay down their arms.
by Zack Ford Aug 5, 2015
"I don't think the culture war is over primarily because the people who appear to be the victors right now are the least likely to procreate, so we will eventually breed them out of existence demographically."
The same old myths about bathroom safety are blocking LGBT protections in towns across Indiana.
by Jack Jenkins Aug 4, 2015
“What it was like inside, was like a death,” she said.
by Ian Millhiser Aug 4, 2015
The Texas judicial system is unusually conservative, so there is no guarantee that it will not give people like James a special right to make offensive statements about LGBT people with impunity.
by Zack Ford Aug 4, 2015
In a study of college students, transgender respondents were significantly more likely to have been diagnosed with an eating disorder.
by Casey Quinlan Aug 3, 2015
After marriage equality, LGBT students still don't have an inclusive sex education.